News for 2017
Cameron Tenzing-Jenkins to ride for JDF Racing
16 year old Scotland based rider Cameron Tenzing-Jenkins will be stepping up to the Aprilia RRV450 GP Championship in 2015 with JDF Racing.
Tenzing-Jenkins has campaigned in the Aprilia Junior class Superteen Challenge for the past two seasons and is looking for a new challenge on the more powerful V twin machine.
JDF were approached by Cameron’s Father, John Jenkins at the end of the 2014 season. After a successful test at Cadwell Park in late October, it was clear Cameron took to the bigger bike with ease.
Cameron’s Dad John Jenkins "We had done as much as we could on the Superteen bike and as Cameron was growing taller and had turned sixteen we had a close look at the 450 championship which has been introduced as a natural stepping stone from the smaller 125 machines. We know JDF Racing is at the forefront of this Championship having won the title twice within three years with Cal Cooper in 2012, and now Ben Luxton in 2014 so it was worth a discussion with John Davies to see if he would take Cameron under his wing which he has agreed to do. We are looking forward to working with John's team in 2015.”
In this hard fought series where milliseconds sometimes decide the difference between a win and second place, the riders who run top six in the series have moved up to 600CC machines within Thundersport and BSB with success.
John Davies of JDF “I am looking forward to working with Cameron, The test we undertook at Cadwell ran very smoothly and he carried out what he was briefed to do to the letter; always a good start. I was impressed by his demeanour throughout the day.”
Keep an eye out for this rider in the 2015 season.